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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >MMMMMMMMMMMMM�MMMIMMIMilMMMMMMMllMilil OPINIONS OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers' Opinions Shown by expanding circulation list. "The Best Read Paper in the West." Advertisers' Opinions . . Evidenced by the advertising columns of this and every other issue. " The Most Effective Advertising Medium in the District." Contemporaries' Opinions. . . . Proved by the numerous quotations from it, credited and otherwise. "A Most Reliable and Enterprising Newspaper." Everybody's Opinion . . Shown by the continued interest in its columns, which contain matters of interest for everybody. "Sunny Alberta's Best" Subscribe for The Herald, $1.50 per year The Biggest, Brightest and Best Home-Set Weekly in Alberto. Story of the Bdl lope! The City Council. Adopted For Trains A* Rosult of on Oljrittina Cctnilint. Although there does not *mm to 110 Anything In common Ijptwepn |>ug-ili.siti ami railroad rulon. yot the nllf.Tt of the familiar belli opwlhat slrelchiM through every enr of the mortem train wan tlm result of a fistic encounter, >�ys "The UMhvdol  phia Ix'dgor." M llw suinotlmc and by the Ihhuc of the HOinr- combat tho supremacy of the conductor In roll -roas(. minster lbmd from Imnfenin Hi. to IVitnpiis 8t. on Rodpnlh St. front Ashineiul to ItnrtlcMl Si. mid ttieneo south 125 reel. The City Council will, Imllil �ou>.. plonk sidewalks where It wn* Intended to put in oetoeut, in the residen- PlriltHlelphiti which gnvo both to the;t'ut sccMon. Hoine of Iho more ur-world. [gent cement walks will be construct- One t.f the oldest railroads In the ask-|n train 11 day each way was placed w- lo l>�'"l their poles in the city. |in service mitt�*| It,was a question whether or not the u> volc ilu- *"",H r�iulr.v-'uw ivganling th;- regulation a suhsidnry ofllcia) in popular esti  {matinn lo the men vho run the train I but Itolk-rt rogg, who pulled the .thrcttle and .'ohn Wolf, who collect-ii�d faros, won the deference of the ! pill.lie Ix'caiiw.' of their high and iv-| sponsible duties. I Fogg, an lOnglishuiiili, hud ull the 1 teiiiicity of opinion of his raw: Wolf I nil American, hud the ingenuity of ' line Yankee, and. sowing the need of j Isomu method 'by which he could com- ! munioutc with thc cnginvr, devised j ithe scheilie of running u cord 'through 1 the cars to the locomotive. As the j jcnginc was a wood burner, Wolf fas-1 lotieil one end of the cord to u which nf the trafllc of traction i-i*gin�lue in advertising electric-thc conductor desitvd to signal for ' tt>'. The idett might be applied to 11 atop. j other commodities'. Fogg rescMo.1 what he consWered Hl,w 100 fwl "f H"iber (deal). # un interference of his rights 011 the 'platform of .the locomotive, und on the' first run out with the new device paid no heed to the displacement of thc log from the sent when the conductor desired to take on u passen  Clean .*>.omt knives. ' Keep your f�s>l wane, for five hours. Clean pairs of Pools. Clip !i horses. I Warm your curling tongs every day in the year for !l minutes and ger from u farm near dray's Ferry, **'itw �n Sundays. Warm your sh�i  but sped on over the bridge, and did ing water every morning for a month not deign to tiring his engine to a ,M hurch organ for om> s GRIISSEV LAKE The Be9t New Town in Southern Alberta. Tho centre of u rich funning and mining district. Splendid Opportunities for Investors, Butitioaa Mon and Mechanics, (lootl iitilttcometits for lUioiitoss Men to LOCATE Cownsitc now on tlx market Lots from $35 to $100 on reasonable terms. For further particulars write Km. Salvage, Grassey Lake, Alberta n it 44> I'Mi jjailoiis of water, or nth his superior in the management of *'r "'inid to , height of '-'."> l�s*t. Hun ii fliilv polisli mi; infill in,. f,,r 01 hours. Hun an electric piano for Hi hours *-ift 111 t�in*� 7."> U-ei in four minutes. the train. The altercation grew very heated, und Wolf invited the engin  eor from the cab to settle the mutter ami tho challenge was quickly uccept- , I'dssengers and a group of men : did not lust long, as Wolf proved by WaM" �" 11,0 ''L,,,h lhi> �'�*,, far tha superior artist with his f.sts. 1n warming l'*'. for a fortniKhi. and with u few blows nwde it ul - j r#iu' *vou 0 r,,v vo"r ���lroom most impossible (or the engineer to Ifor �n w,,i1'' >'"" ",v l,l'^sinK or see sufllciently to complete his run; but Fogg udmitlod thai he had lieon fulrly l>eaten, and the supremacy of the conductor on tho railroad train was settled. Ak the log signal was crude and ineffective. Wolf devised the use of u hell on the locoiirotHe. und this method was soon adopted by all of the American railroads. Then a cods? of signals adopted, and undressing. Iloil 9 k, tt!es, each holding J |.tiils of water. Cool. I.'i chops in I'1 uiintit Mkfust warm u>> live hours. Run n sewing uiachiii" (r 21 .'mn.., t'arry ,\onr �dinner upsia>:-s i\er> these I "ay for 1. wivk. The I farr.v ,\ou thirl\ times reinmin practically to this day. ____ ionly chunge in the hellcord is that ',MM 101,1 01 ,,lK> house V. I� by use of the �ir front tho brake sys- t-ighty fevt ea.h Journey, tern a whistle has sui>ersedcil the ' boll iu the locomotive cab. the :i- GOSSJP^^ ON THE SIDE T�lllw Weak Kidneys j Pir�m. Th* KlJn�n, UK* th� :He�rt. �ud tU� 'Hie change pf th-' hour of tho laill games to ii.IH) nece-.-'itales u change in the niojl progrun-oie. It means either a very bin dinner or two nveals close together or else the happy solution found I'.v some enthusiasts who brought u t*ig of biscuits ami fruit to the gaii)'' The m^al was enjoyed while Hunn> and his corps of .Hoofers disputed wuh tho unipiiv. ' When Cook put the i>all to flrat just I twenty minutes lute, lunch wasnui-' urally suggesteil. The White Swnn Creainery at Hov -den, Altu., is mak'inii li,8(M) pounds of butter weekly. Jlenry Hemikens of Innisfnii was UiJ.liil of u circular saw. >*ntlor near �y the bursting Innisfail nvrchuiii - aiv u^lopting tho "spot cash or trud'e only" system and fiiVl it satisfactory Cianbrook ami l-Vrnio are Icing joined by telephone. With the two systems united there will bo lueen competition among the ntorchunts of tbo two towus for the truda of the intervening,' points. MMMen. and their wwkiinu. not in tha omn Malt, kut in tb* nerves that control .Jld, ad Mmithaa them. Dr. Sboop'i KwtonilTvu it  B*dlcine i�*cltlcaU7 iireiwrtxl to rtmcu ihew MBtMlUofaarvu. To doetor tho Kline,, ,|on�. fiTjtUtTlt to  watta of time, aad at��*r M II tour back achea or li weak, tl tha urine m/Mt. rouba�,innptmin ( BflfhU or oilier di*tre�8lii� or daonroui kid-Ml diiaaie, tr� Dr. Bhoop'i Restontlve a uiootti-TabMt or Ltuuid-anil ositiun to givu strict attention to our own business, tun); cati insure them thitt all r*>j>air�| will hu i'xih'uUmI promptly and with our well known nu'chanical �xai'-titutle. Howard Case & Co Gunsmitht, Automobile Uepuirure , Fiftp J^aohiwe Work, 'Nat pet. tlMMi-% �M�I*. Ma.--Wmatoli PMIHt* What papers do you road f Lot ui luggest the MtiafjiBf oomhhn-tion of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as 1 TH.E WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIDGE HEIALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three months' trial order for 7J>c. and prepay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we are satisfied, having once read them, be content to do without tliem. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resilient of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will re-reive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. .��� e>a*�a^ Herald. I.athbrldat. Mall m undoratgnad addcaao tha Winnipeg Daily Fiaa Praaa and th* Iiathbrldga Haiald. poataga prapald, for Hiroa nionthev fur which I ancloa* T&c. ' j Nania ... I Addra a  a� ... ����ee�Meit��eitiLii-.t�iM��ai�utif*�eMIMiJi,> ;